aerogenerator


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Synonyms for aerogenerator

generator that extracts usable energy from winds

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Manufacturers having valid Empanelment / Provisional empanelment from CWET / MNRE for aerogenerators.
The ultimate aim is to build a 10-MW Aerogenerator X off-shore wind turbine farm providing 1 GW of power by 2020.
Aerogenerator X has a very large swept area, like a horizontal axis turbine.
Unlike the familiar "propeller on a stick" turbines, the Aerogenerator has no tower and spins from a base which contains the generator and gearbox, harnessing wind energy from any direction.
Aerogenerator X is half the height of an equivalent horizontal axis turbine and its weight is concentrated at the base of the structure.
Theo Bird, from The Aerogenerator Project, said: "We are honoured to win a Shell Springboard award as the competition was excellent.
SIR - In reply to Mr John Parker (Western Mail, June 27), aerogenerators (they are not turbines as they have no inlet or exhaust nozzles, vanes or guides) require a wind speed of 39 knots (45 mph) to obtain their rated output.
The first Aerogenerators will be built from 2013 to 2014, with two years of testing.
Shetland Aerogenerators started as an unlikely sideline to his father's company while he was at school.
Simulation of the Production of Electricity with Small Size Aerogenerators
I am speaking, of course, of today's windmills: the gigantic aerogenerators of electricity that dot, from not so long ago, the landscape of Spain.
The performance of aerogenerators is determined in great part by their aerodynamic characteristics, which are then influenced by the deformation of the asps due to aerodynamic requirements.
The contract provides initially for the sale of 42 aerogenerators worth almost Euro 28 million, with a generating capacity equivalent to 36 MW of installed power, according to a statement from Gamesa.